The Business Case. Why Invest?


 

pwc research shows:

$2.30

is the average return on investment for every $1 invested in creating a mentally healthy workplace.

Rath & Harter (2010) research shows:

$5 USD

is the average return on investment for every $1 spent on an organisational wellbeing program.

Oswald, Proto and Sigori (2009) research shows:

30%

is the difference in productivity between high and low wellbeing employees.

 

 

Sales Excellence Workshop


55% of Communication is non verbal
— Albert Mehrabian, 1972

What will lift performance?

To sell to people we first need to understand ourselves. Using neuroscience, body language, mindful habits and expert sales coaching - we introduce cutting edge techniques to add value and drive the bottom line. 

Understanding how the brain works enables individuals to harness the brains potential and be more authentic and engaged when selling.


What will be delivered? 

  • Power pitching with a new perspective
  • Brain-based resources and practical tools to enhance engagement and drive productivity

You will learn?

  • A fresh approach to Sales Excellence: Active listening and power pitching
  • How to build rapport and make the most of every interaction
  • How to create compelling stories and enhance emotional buy in
  • How to respond when a client says No
  • How to create mutual value for you and your client
  • How to maximise the impact of all you say and do

How are we going to measure? 

  • Pre and post training assessments, training content application, ongoing support

Duration of workshop?

4 hour (half day workshop) or 8 hour (full day workshop)

Plus many more tailored and bespoke solutions to suit organisational needs. An essential workshop for those committed to their own success to grow personally and professionally.


This workshop is based on scientific evidence based research across Neuroscience, Positive Psychology and Mindfulness.

 

Resilience through change 

Are your people resilient? 

Does your team over-think or obsess from a set back or a cultural change? Do they tend to focus on the negative and brood with each other rather seeing the bigger picture? This is not a surprise when neuroscience shows that the brain doesn’t like change even when there may be rational benefits. The brain is wired to perceive change as a threat. Organisations need to work hard to counter negativity through change or set backs. 

Emotionally intelligent people separate their thoughts from the facts in order to escape the cycle of negativity and move toward a positive, new outlook.


What will be delivered? 

  • Fixed vs growth mindset
  • Positive approaches to break rumination and enhance resilience
  • Practical skills & competencies to sustain peak performance and wellbeing, while adjusting easily to change

Outcomes of attending? 

  • How to become your smartest, wisest, and productive self
  • How to overcome overload and beat procrastination
  • How to sail through setbacks with a growth mindset
  • How to reinvigorate your routine and stay motivated

How are we going to measure? 

Pre and post organisational survey: absenteeism and staff turnover, Training Content Application, Ongoing support


Duration of workshop?

4 hour (half day workshop) or 8 hour (full day workshop)

If you want to master the art of resilience, you have to master the art of a growth mindset. In an organisational culture, the more that people can be taught these processes, the greater positive impact they can have on productivity and the bottom line. 


This workshop is based on scientific evidence based research across Neuroscience, Positive Psychology and Mindfulness.

 

Productivity through mindfulness

Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; On purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally
— Jon Kabat-Zinn

Organisations are operating at a frenetic pace, often at the expense of wellbeing, engagement and productivity. Medical research proves that those who practise mindfulness are less anxious, stressed as well as more relaxed, fulfilled and energised.¹


What will be delivered? 

  • Insightful and practical tools to empower a growth mindset
  • Neuroplasticity and emotional intelligence
  • Mindfulness for improved wellbeing, engagement and productivity   
  • Identify key habits of the mind and understand how these help or hinder you
  • Incorporate mindfulness practices for professional and personal wellbeing

Outcomes of attending? 

  • How to make the hours in the day go further
  • How to live in the moment
  • How to decrease anxiety, stress and burnout
  • 10 easy practices to live more mindfully
  • How to boost your wellbeing, engagement and productivity

How are we going to measure? 

Pre and post organisational survey: absenteeism and staff turnover, training content application, ongoing support


Duration of workshop?

8 x 1hour workshops (over an 8 week time frame) or 4 x 2 hr workshops (over an 8 week time frame, with 4 face to face training sessions)

This workshop is essential for organisational success to empower your people to grow. The greatest thing is that it's not a 'one and done' kind of workshop. Participants will find themselves going back to these skills again and again. With clarity and accessibility, this workshop can intentionally change the way of internal inquiry. Imagine being in conscious charge of your own thoughts! Participants will leave with an understanding of how Mindfulness (attention training) can contribute to overall well-being, learn practical activities to increase optimal performance and flourish in work and at home.


This program is science evidence based, arising out of the curricula of MBSR  (mindfulness based stress reduction) and MBCT (mindfulness based cognitive therapy) and fashioned into a very relevant and practical program.  

 

The most dedicated, talented and passionate consultant I ever had the pleasure of working with. Chelsea knows her stuff, she listens and always delivers.
— Dr Craig Taylor Director of OClinic Sydney

¹The Cost of Workplace Stress, Medibank (Roy Morgan Research) 2008

²Medibank Better Health Index Quarterly Report (Roy Morgan Research) March 2016